Next winter Minsk will once again become a gathering spot for amazing people of the front-end scene presenting hot topics and sharing their expertise and vision. Currently the agenda is still work-in-progress, but we can promise you two full days of delicious content: Workshop Saturday and Conference Sunday! We hope to treat you to talks in both standard-length and lightning format so we issue the Call for Papers at our full lung capacity! Workshops, presentations, lightning talks – we want it all at firstname.lastname@example.org (primary conference language is English).
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Dr. Axel Rauschmayer @rauschma
Axel has been writing about ECMAScript 6 since early 2011.
Vitaly Friedman @smashingmag
Co-founder and editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine
Vitaly Friedman loves beautiful content and doesn’t like to give in easily. Vitaly is writer, speaker, author and editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine. He runs responsive Web design workshops, online workshops and loves solving complex performance problems in large companies.
Gabriel Mičko @gabriel_micko
He is enthusiastic front-end developer who loves the web and new technologies around it. He is tech speaker, contributor, volunteer at Mozilla. He believes in the mission to ensure the Internet is a global public resource, open and accessible to all.
Martin Splitt @g33konaut
Martin is open source contributor and web evangelist by heart from Zurich with a decade experience from the trenches of software engineering in multiple fields.
He works as a software engineer at Archilogic in front- and backend.
He devotes his time to moving the web forward, fixing problems, building applications and systems and breaking things for fun & profit.
Martin believes in the web platform and is working with bleeding edge technologies that will allow the web to prosper.
Andrey Listochkin @listochkin
Andrey Listochkin is a full-stack web developer from Kiev with over eight years of experience building large complex web applications. He's a very active member of Ukrainian development community. He's a co-founder of dev-ua - the largest chat community for developers in Eastern Europe, - Node.js/iojs Ukrainian localization working group member, Ukrainian Rust community leader, KyivJS co-organizer and the member of Kottans.org - an IT education non-profit. Andrey regularly speaks at conferences in Ukraine and abroad, does training and workshops on Ember.js, Node.js, API design, etc., takes part in hackathons and programming competitions, both as a participant and a mentor.
Matt Zeunert @mattzeunert
Rafael Teixeira Fernandes @adammodus
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Stefan Judis @stefanjudis
Stefan started programming 6 years ago and quickly fell in love with web performance, new technologies and automation.
He worked for several startups in Berlin and recently joined Contentful to to tell the world how an API-first CMS can make you a bit happier.
He is also a curator of the web performance online resource Perf Tooling (perf-tooling.today), organizer of the Web Performance Meetup Berlin, contributes constantly to a variety of open source projects and enjoys sharing nerdy discoveries.
Antoni Huguet Vives @GatMesquer
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Antoni is a senior front-end developer focused on architecture, performance and data visualization: he basically likes to create fast useful things that are nice to interact with! He has always demanded the same characteristic from all projects he worked with: it must provide a technical challenge. His never-ending curiosity pushes him to spend nights reading posts about the new internet standards (great fan of ES 2015 and ES2016 by the way!). He believes now it’s time to share all the passion and knowledge he happened to learn during those years so he recently decided to start participating in talks and conferences.
Anna Selezniova @asktwi
Anna is a creative developer and speaker. She has been working on the web since 2000 and prefers tasks at the intersection of design and frontend. She currently works at Evil Martians.
Vital Varanovich @vitvor
Vital Varanovich, Lead Designer at EPAM. Previously Head of design at Sport.com. Over the past 15 years I have gathered significant experience in Product & Service Design. Iʼm focused on full user experience cycle from early concepts to delivery.
Ekaterina Prigara @katyaprigara
Vsevolod Rodionov @jabher
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Tech lead, Team lead and JS rescue ranger. Can bring projects to real life with any language, framework and stack, though definitely prefer es2015 or typescript, react, redux or rx.js, webpack, express, redis and neo4j. Code in js without semicommas. Familiar with lot of languages and their concepts and paradigms. Accidentally learned Java in October during react-native hackaton, wish to forget.
Dmitriy Schekhovtsov @valorkin
JS maniac, author of ng2-bootstrap and couple of other ng2 and node.js modules.
Denys Dovhan @denysdovhan
Stefania Ioana Chiorean @ioana_cis
Romania, Cluj Napoca
Ioana is a software engineer that has more than 6 years testing experience with a specialization in mobile apps. Currently located in Romania she is leading a small team in an outsourcing company. In her free time she contributes to Open Source projects while enjoying a coffee or a good wine. She is the Module Owner for Mozilla Reps and one of the MozTechSpeakers.
Vadim Makeev @pepelsbey
Russia, Saint Petersburg
Himself at HTML Academy, head of Web Standards community, organizer of Web Standards Days, pitercss_meetup, and pitercss_conf, author of Shower presentation engine.
Czech Republic, Brno
Charlie is a technical writer at Red Hat based in Brno but originally from the UK.
Minsk is the capital and the largest city in Belarus with population over 2 million. Minsk hosted IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship in 2014. See more
Venue: Belarus Hi-Tech Park, Business Incubator
Address: vulісa Akadеmіka Kuprеvіča 1, Building 5, Minsk
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We would be happy to discuss any kind of partnership and gladly accept any help e.g. making contributions to our budget (speakers travelling expenses, venue/coffee breaks/afterparty organization etc.) or prizes (books, coupons, gadgets) to be awarded to the winners of contests & competitions taking place during the conference.
Here's what you can expect in return: